|How to End the War 1917 - Will Rogers|
HISTORY-Will Rogers on How to End the War 1917
|Will Rogers - All I Know Is What I Read In The Papers 1923 - Will Rogers|
First recording, it went on the radio too. 78 RPM record GRINDING noises is removed (with Goldwave) so that we can hear what went onto the record instead of nearly a century of misuse. Dates, if given are a guess.
Keywords: popular; 78rpm; 1920s
|Henry Ford for President - Will Rogers|
Will Rogers the famous comedian and Oklahoma philosopher, made this tongue and cheek recording in 1923. Henry Ford wanted to run for President in 1924, and Rogers made this recording to play with the idea of a possible Ford future. He states in the recording, Why not have a Ford in the White House, there everywhere else! History tells us that Ford was not even courted by any party, and we would not have a Ford in the White House till 1974.
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|Will Rogers - Mothers Day 1935 - Will Rogers|
GRINDING noises is removed (with Goldwave)
Keywords: radio; OTR
|Will Rogers - Will Rogers Nominates Henry Ford for President 1923 - Will Rogers|
1923 Victor-78 RPM
Keywords: Popular; 1920s; acoustic
|depression 1933 - Will Rogers|
grinding noise is removed and some fidelity is added compliments of firstname.lastname@example.org
Keywords: depresion; 78rpm; popular; radio
|Will Rogers Talks to the Bankers - Will Rogers|
"Will Rogers Talk to the Bankers" VICTOR_45374-A (1924) Will Rogers' comedic keynote speech to a collection of bankers in 1924 Courtesy of http://cdbpdx.com/78records/ -- 78Records collection
Keywords: bankers; willrogers; bailout; creditcrunch
|How to End the War - Will Rogers|
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|Will Rogers - Where The Blue Of The Night Meets The Gold Of The Day - Will Rogers|
Will Rogers likely sang this as a joak to his frienf Bing Crosby. I hope so.